I love you.

A poem. I love you. “I love you. You, in all your imperfections and in all of the weight that you carry around You, with all of the burning rage and tender sadness You, with the lovely rare smiles and deep belly aching laughs You, with the deep love of others, and the deep sadness […]

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A Long Walk

An excerpt from Belonging By Catherine Kos: I’m turning back to Lia, when a piece of metal catches my eyes. My eyes widen. “Lia,” I say quietly. Out of the corner of my eye, I can see her look at me. The metal is a long, thin, rounded shaft that connects to the butt of the […]

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